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Posted by Stan Lang on June 19, 2003 at 11:27:33 from (184.108.40.206):
I recently purchased a Kubota L4350 off of e-bay. It is a 1995 with 2800hrs on it. I have ordered a repair manual and owner's manual but they aren't in yet.
The man I bought it from said it had a fluid leaking out of one of the front wheels, probably from a seal that needed replacing. He said to use 90wt. gear oil in the fill hole on top of the front axle, which I did. Now I have the gear oil leaking like crazy and running down what looks like some kind of cover on the driveshaft. Have I put in the wrong oil?
Also, I'm getting about three or four drops of oil out of the blowby tube each time I run the tractor. Isn't 2800hours awfully soon for that to be happening or is that normal?
This is my first tractor. I have tried to be cautious in buying a used one but feel that for the low price I paid, I can afford to correct some things.
Thanks for any help you can give me. I'm dead in the water until my manuals get here!
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